Effects of Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005) in New Orleans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hurricane Katrina floods New Orleans - Katrina was the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the five deadliest hurricanes, in the history of the United States.

New Orleans, US. Hurricane Katrina, parish Saint Bernard, September 2005…

Saint Bernard Parish Cemetery in New Orleans,Louisianna,USA after Hurricane Katrina,circa September 2005 by Donatien Garnier for Collectif Argos.

the over 1,833 deaths, the countless  displacements, and now the growing gentrification of NOLA as a result of Hurricanes Katrina & Rita  ---are another concrete and well-documented example of the racist nature of the US government and what Black people have endured for centuries. Interestingly enough this pin has generated a wave of hate speech comments which have been deleted and the users have been blocked.  #FightRacism

Hurricane Katrina ---another example of the level of racism in the US that Black people have endured

Hurricane Katrina, at one point a Category Five storm, caused millions of dollars in damage and left a death toll in the…

Hurricane Katrina: Facts, Damage & Aftermath

Hurricane Katrina moved ashore over southeast Louisiana and southern Mississippi early on August as an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm.

The Fate of Prisoners during Hurricane Katrina - (source)Most of the 7,000 prisoners had been charged with misdemeanor offenses and would have been released within a few weeks, even if convicted. But Governor Blanco effectively suspended habeas corpus (due process; right to a speedy trial) for six months, so some were incarcerated for over a year – doing “Katrina time.”  “(source). Prison officials deny that anyone died in the crisis,

It’s been five years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, and the average American knows almost nothing about the atrocities that occurred in New Orleans: political corruption and abuse;

Hurricane Katrina: Facts, Damage & Aftermath | LiveScience

Hurricane Katrina: Facts, Damage & Aftermath

Hurricane Katrina, at one point a Category Five storm, caused millions of dollars in damage and left a death toll in the thousands.

Hurricane Katrina Date: August 2005 Location: Louisiana, Mississippi, as well as other areas of the Southern United States Fatalities: 1,300     Total losses: $125 billion USD

The 7 Worst Natural Disasters Of The Last Decade

Hurricane Katrina was an extremely destructive and deadly tropical cyclone that was the costliest natural disaster and one of the five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States.

Hurricane Katrina 10 Year Anniversary - New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina, 10 Years Later

“Ten years after Katrina, there's still a city at the mouth of the Mississippi.

Breach of Faith: Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death of a Great American City

Breach of Faith: Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death of a Great American City by Jed Horne. A New Orleans newspaper editor writes about Hurricane Katrina, the aftermath, and reconstruction efforts.

Life and death in a hospital ravaged by Hurricane Katrina

Life and death in a hospital ravaged by Hurricane Katrina

Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink

Hurricane Katrina 10 Year Anniversary - New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina, 10 Years Later

New Orleans police officer Daryle Holloway, September exhausted from a day rescuing the trapped and desperate from the attics and rooftops of New Orleans. Holloway would not live to see the tenth anniversary of the storm.

Hurricane Katrina 10 Year Anniversary - New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina abandoned hospital.

Hurricane Katrina, 10 Years Later

Left on its own for days after the storm, Charity Hospital on Tulane Avenue now stands permanently abandoned, a ghostly monument to a different Louisiana, a different society.

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